In my perusing of Pinterest the other day, I came across this recipe of stuffed red peppers that I knew I had to try. Then I did a quick run through of what I had at home and realized I could come close without buying to many new items. That is always a good thing in my mind.
black beans (drained)
Cheese (I used queso but any kind would do)
Start with slicing the red peppers in half length wise and placing in a 9x13 pan. Start pre-heating the oven to 350.
Next I cooked up the hamburger (you could use turkey to be healthier but I had hamburger so that is what I used). Once the hamburger is cooked and drained; added the taco seasoning and cumin, to you taste level.
While that is cooking up I made a box of this to added to the mix. Then when this was ready, I added the black beans, couscous, corn and cilantro to the hamburger.
Then take this mixture and disperse it among the red peppers. Once they are ready I topped them with queso cheese.
Then added about 1/3 of cup of chicken stock to the bottom of the pan, cover and bake for 40 minutes.
Serve with fresh avocado and cilantro. It was a great recipe and we'd definitely make it again. The possibilities are endless with this recipe. I am thinking up a Mediterranean one next time, some kalamata olives, feta cheese and spinach.
How would you make it?